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bye-bye. good morning. it is monday, october 1, 2012. welcome to cbs "this morning." a suicide bomber targets nato troops in afghanistan and 14 are dead. we'll ask john miller about the link between the taliban and al qaeda. >> as the candidates focus on wednesday's debate a top republican predicts we'll see a brand new race on thursday. >> arnold schwarzenegger tells "60 minutes" he still wants his family to forgive him. we'll show you part of that interview you didn't see last night. >> we begin this morning with today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. breaking news in eastern afghanistan. >> at least three nato troops
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killed in a suicide blast. >> the attacker ran his motorcycle past explosives into a u.s. military convoy. >> the reason for the nato/american intervention, terrorism has not gone away. >> governor romney is an excellent debater. i'm just okay. >> governor rom the high, president obama gearing up for their first president debate on wednesday. >> i don't think one event is going make-or-break this campaign. >> thursday morning you'll be scratching your head and say wow we have a barn burner now in this race. >> maria asked you why didn't you tell me and what did you say? >> that i did not know how to. the things that really meant the most to me really fell apart because of my doing. i look back and say how you could have done that. >> in japan the powerful typhoon
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captured on tape. >> lindsay lohan recovering from a scuffle with a man over photos he took of her on his cell phone. he wasn't injured. the skateboarder is still eating >> all that -- >> no, no, no! >> he just pile drives donald jones. >> and all that matters. >> the europeans staged and epic come back to win the ryder cup. >> on cbs "this morning." >> the idea that you play a fictional character on tv who has now real influence. are you surprised by that? >> oprah could you say the word genius again? welcome to cbs "this
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morning." another deadly attack in afghanistan. the taliban is taking responsibility for the latest attack against nato troops. 14 people including three western troops were killed. >> this morning's attack come on the heels of a weekend incident that left two americans dead in eastern afghanistan. we have a report from the capital, kabul. >> reporter: afghan sources tell cbs news suicide bomber approached a joint patrol between afghan and coalition forces in eastern afghanistan before detonating his explosive vest. coalition spokesman confirmed that three nato service members have been killed. they won't release the nationalities pending notification of the next of kin. that's the policy. it is in an area patrolled almost exclusively by u.s. forces. at least ten afghan police and civilians were killed in the attack. the taliban has already claimed responsibility for. now this comes after an incident over the weekend where it appears u.s. soldiers and afghan
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soldiers got into a fire fight southwest of kabul. two were kill in that attack along with three afghan soldiers. it's still under investigation. but what it underlines the challenges and difficulties of u.s. soldiers working alongside armed afghan soldiers and police on the battlefield. we joined a team of u.s. soldiers at a checkpoint in a volatile area north of kandahar and this is a unit that was involved in a joint operation before it was called off. they are currently in the process of vetting every single member that they are working with. and they say that the commanders tell us they have a long checklist they have to review before they resume these joint operations in the events over the weekend may put some of these vital operations on hold. and as the violence rages in afghanistan the taliban is claiming now to have closer ties
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with al qaeda. lara logan reported from afghanistan on last night's "60 minutes" and spoke to one taliban commander one some ne e nerve-racking conditions. >> reporter: one taliban commander agreed to meet with us. he's a specialist in suicide bombings trained by al qaeda. the safest place we could fine was the back of a car and he would only talk if weoncealed his identity. we had to avoid the city's heavy security as we made our way through the streets and keep our cameras hidden from view. >> whose behind the insider attacks what the americans call insider attacks. infiltrating the police and army. >> translator: these are taliban attacks. this is part of our new military strategy. we have our people in the afghan police and army and the orders come from the top. >> he told us al qaeda fighters are rushing to afghanistan and
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that he has more than a dozen of them under his command p. it has made the taliban more lethal. >> are you the only ones? >> translator: there are many groups. we can't do this without them. >> what skills do the al qaeda fighters bring? >> translator: they are masters of everything. for example, making ieds, something we don't know how to do but they are teaching us. they are master engineers and good with all weapons. when our weapons break they are the ones who repair them. we can't do this without them. >> senior correspondent john miller is here. good morning. why this resurgence? >> you know there's something ironic here, charlie which is you have to watch out what you watch for. events in pakistan have become so dangerous in al qaeda because of the drone strikes and the
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ability to locate them and take them out. a lot of al qaeda members because there's very little command and control left within the organization have found their way back to afghanistan and to the taliban who can put them to work and as we just heard from lara logan's taliban interviewee, they are doing that. >> and bringing skills they don't have. >> that's right. at a much higher level, honed after years of practice. >> we had these attacks over the weekend and again this morning. at the white house, john brennan who is the head of the counterterrorism said as recently as april al qaeda is a shadow of itself, morale is low. al qaeda was decimated in afghanistan. does that still hold true? >> it's all true. and i think one of the problems we have is we want all the lines to be neat. we want the taliban to be in their box and al qaeda to be in their box and same thing in benghazi. what has happened is that the organizations have broken down
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because we have decimated them. groups of people who are still following the same narrative have spread around. >> general allen made the point that al qaeda in small numbers can do large damage. >> they are not -- they are asymmetrical warriors. they don't come with lots of people. the taliban is more like an army than al qaeda. al qaeda is on the idea of one plot, it's based on terrorism, it's not based on fighting, you know, brigade to brigade and very effective the way they work. >> john you actually knew one of the military contractors who was killed over the weekend, right? >> in the latest incident, that was kevin o'rourke. there was a rourke nypd emergency service unit officer, a hero cop in new york. he worked here at emergency service one in manhattan. then trained the scuba divers for the nypd. then a sergeant down there in
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efforts.rked in the rescue he loved training cops anywhere which is what he was doing back in afghanistan as a contractor. >> john miller, thank you very much. now to presidential politics. the first debate is coming up on wednesday. usually both sides try to lower expectations for their candidates, that's what president obama did on sunday. but one of mitt romney's leading supporters had a different view. >> know folks in the media are speculating already who will have the best zingers, who will put the most points on the board. governor romney is a good debater. i'm just okay. >> i've seen mitt romney do this before. he's going to come in wednesday night, outline his vision for america, contrast what his view is with what the president's record and the president's view for the future and this whole race will be turned upside down come thursday morning. >> national journalist white house correspondent major garrett is with us. good morning. what surprises might we expect and what's the strategy for
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these two? >> why did governor christie say what he said? >> governor romney needs an audience. if you look at the polls, two-thirds of the country already believes president obama will win and win the debate. they are not going to tune in if they don't think something exciting going on. governor christie said yes, we'll change this race. if it isn't changed by thursday this debate doesn't alter the under lying narrative of the race, the romney campaign believes or fears it could slip away. >> does it create ridesing expectations? >> of course it does. on the other side the president has been systematically lowering expectations. david acle rod started to talk to me in august, you know, the president is out of practice. so long since he's been on a podium like this. they are trying to say if romney scores it doesn't matter. in fact it will matter. >> let's talk about the challenges for each of the candidates.
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first the republican, mitt romney. he has high negative. how does that affect whether how hard he can go against president obama in terms of drawing some was distinctions that many conservatives say he needs to do. >> zingers and one liners in presidential debates resonate because they fit within a larger narrative. the two campaigns understand this about the narrative. the obama campaign has been better framing it around mitt romney than mitt romney around the president. so the obama campaign believes even if there are devastating or memorable zingers, if they don't fit within the narrative, it won't last and alter the underlying dynamics of the race. the romney campaign fears that's true but want to try it's very best to alter that narrative. >> what about president obama? will we see the competitive president obama that dislikes mitt romney or will we see the cool, constitutional law professor? >> both because to win, because he's competitive he needs to be cool and he knows that.
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that's one overriding concern presented to him by his advisers. don't freak out. don't get irritated. >> many people support mitt romney on sunday talk shows say he has to be aggressive he has to take to it the president. >> what happens in presidential debates sue have two fundamental goals as a candidate. drive your message and knock your opponent off his. to knock the president off his message, romney campaign knows, governor romney has to be unrelenting. >> romney as an op-ed talking about his view on foreign policy. there seems to be some question within the romney camp as to whether they should even be talking about foreign policy. >> this has been an ongoing debate since the libya crisis and there were, in the immediate hours after that when governor romney stepped into this, we'll prosecute this larger global argument against the president's foreign policy mishandling the arab spring. it's been weeks now until this op-ed appears. it's not just about foreign
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policy it's about america's trajectory in the 21st policy. those kind of things you pull that argument together this race might look different on thursday. >> one last point the force of gravity argument, the obama campaign, the president is doing better than you would expect because of the economic -- >> historical data would tell us to expect. >> why is that? >> we at national journal have a cover story, who has the better tact something happening to the american psyche about expectations for american growth and the political class to change their life for the better. we concluded we diminished our expectation not only about washington but what our economy feels and looks like. the country is traumatized by recent economic events and that hopelessness is benefiting the candidate who brought a campaign message of hope four years ago. >> many people think the
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president count do that much? >> the president and congress and they are not sure any idea right now is the one or the set of one ideas to transform our economy from a low-lying recovery to something that's a more competitive economy. >> major garrett, he's brilliant. thank you very much. last night "60 minutes" also showed us lesley stahl's revealing interview with arnold schwarzenegger. here's how he described the day his wife maria shriver confronted him about his affair with the family housekeeper and the child they had together. >> maria wants to have a meeting with your marriage counselor. tell us about that meeting. >> that particular visit that you talk about was the visit where she then said hey, i think joseph is your kid. and is he or not. i said you're absolutely
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correct. and i had to face up to that, which i have been kind of hiding but no one knew about. and that i knew about it at that point maybe for about five, six years or so. >> you just said you're absolutely right. >> you're absolutely right and i'm sorry. it was very painful for her. she was very disappointed. >> maria asked you why didn't you tell me. what did you say? >> that i did not know how to. >> you didn't know how to tell her in >> without worrying about, you know, that it would get out or whatever. >> and that she would leave you while you were still governor? >> i don't think that that was as much an issue as how do i keep this under wraps. >> tell us how it happened in this is a woman who worked in your house. >> exactly. and i found out about it kind of
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seven years in or eight years in. >> wait. wait. wait. you have this relationship. nine months later she has a baby. didn't you say oh, my god to my baby. >> no. >> you never -- it never crossed your mind? >> she was with a man so no. >> schwarzenegger gave that "60 minutes" interview before releasing his memoir total recall. simon and shuster owned by cbs and we'll talk with lesley stahl in the next half hour and have portions of that interview you didn't hear last night. >> and some of this morning's headlines. the "new york times" reports payroll tax increase is likely in the cards for next year. a temporary tax holiday end january 1st. according to the "times" there's little desire by republicans or democrats to extend it. some 160 million americans will see their taxes jump by $1,000. >> britain's "guardian" reports
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a russian court put off appeal by a russian punk band. three members were sentenced to two years in prison for performing a song in cathedral criticizing vladimir putin. the "los angeles times" says governor jerry brown signed a new law on sunday allowing hundreds of young undocumented immigrants to have drivers license. they were eligible for work permits under new obama policy. >> the ft. worth star tellgram said texas had two minor earthquakes. the first was 3.4. the second was 3.1. there was no major damage but after shocks are expected for the next few days. >> "usa today" says good-bye to an american classic. the bench seat in cars. the chevrolet impala is the last car with bench seats as an option. take a look at this video
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from a typhoon that hit japan over the weekend. this car that was sent tumbling across a parking lot in okinawa. the storm had top winds of 80 mile-per-hour. caused widespread flooding across japan. 140 people were injured. the storm finally moved out this morning but tens of thousands of homes remain without power. this national weather report sponsored by iams pet food.
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climbed up the stairs. of course shouted away. and see you later. don't know how that's they usually tell you how to deal with a bear. interesting video. >> california governor arnold schwarzenegger comes clean about the end of his marriage to maria shriver. he told lesley stahl he still holds deep feels. >> he talked about his children's reaction to his infidelity in a clip you didn't see last night. we'll show it to you this morning. your local news is next. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the...
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a junior hockey player in new jersey, the star of a viral video. he scored in a recent game and crashed through the glass during a celebration. the player is said to be just fine. good thing. welcome to cbs "this morning." we saw a piece of last night's "60 minutes" interview with arnold schwarzenegger. we'll show you more of that interview you didn't see last night. >> in this part of the conversation, lesley stahl asks schwarzenegger about his current relationship with his estranged wife maria shriver and their children. >> i apologized many times to her. >> did she ever forgive you. >> i asked for forgiveness and i hope that down the line she will
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be able to forgive me for that. >> you write in the book that you still love her. are you trying to get her back? >> i've always loved her and from the first moment when i met her, and she's been an extraordinary woman. she has been an extraordinary wife. friend. lover. everything. and so she does not -- she did not deserve that. that i can tell you. and that's why i felt terrible about the whole thing. >> but do you want to go back? do you want the marriage back or is it over? where does that stand in >> right now we're in divorce. >> that's happening. >> that's happening, yeah. >> have your children forgiven you? >> i cannot tell you but i hope they will and, you know, as time goes on, i hope that everyone will forgave me for that.
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>> weren't they angry at you? >> i think each one reacted so differently. the girls were upset. the boys were disappointed. but tried to be, you know -- >> there's a half brother. >> ah-ha. do they have a relationship with him now? >> i don't wanto go into those details because, like i said, to me i want to make sure i don't cause them more pain. >> you wrote that if you told her that she would tell her family and you be afraid that it would spin out from there. >> that's right. which is exactly what happened. >> is that how it got out? >> i'm just saying. it was quickly how things go out. >> let me give the impression i had reading the book. was the marriage over anyway? >> no. >> was the marriage in trouble?
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>> it was really a lot of strain on the marriage. being in sacramento and spending that much time and doing the people's work and i've heard so many times and maria warned me at the beginning that a lot of relationships, when you're a politician, have a tendency of falling apart or getting hit. because of having to spend so much time on your work and i saw it all of a sudden happening that i got so engrossed in the work and i got so kind of fanatic about it to solving the problems that many times we had budget discussions to midnight, to 6:00 in the morning and there was a vote and all this stuff coming up, initiatives were coming up, i had to be out campaigning and raising money and there was such a big commitment and i had to follow through.
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all of a sudden i had a scene which i describe also in the book where i came home and one of my kids started crying and saying daddy you didn't come to my recital. then the next kid said daddy you didn't come to my football game. then my daughter said dad you didn't come to my dance and you're never around. all of a sudden all the kids were crying and maria was saying go ahead, just express yourself kids i think daddy needs to hear that. >> the former california governor's memoir total recall goes on sale today. it's published busy monday and shuster, a division of cbs. lesley stahl is here this morning. good morning. did maria did not see the book, did not know it was coming? >> right. what i didn't know until very recently is that she actually asked to see the book and arnold said no. as you heard him in this clip he was always afraid that if he told her she would tell her
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brothers or family and it would leak out. >> it did. >> well, in this case, no. >> he said that i thought. >> he said that. i don't know why he didn't give her the book, but i know that she feels blind sided. that's a quote by somebody in the family. she feels blind sided that book came out or leaked out and she hadn't read it. >> why didn't she want to talk to you? >> i tried. >> i know you did. >> well, i can't speak for her. i don't like being in the position of having to either pass moral judgments on anybody. or to say something i don't know for sure. >> do we believe that he tried? is this part of the conversation, hard enough, tried hard enough to save the marriage after the affair became clear? >> that's a good question. you know, the marriage didn't break right way. there were about three months. i have no idea what happened in
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those three months at all. he told us and says in the book over and over he wants the marriage to stay together. but according to him and everything else we've heard it's broken. >> lesley, through your interview we learned so much and it was how much arnold schwarzenegger kept secrets from ma ray, from his wife, not just the affair but there were other things too, right? >> he was going to have open heart surgery. he did have open heart surgery and his plan was not to tell his wife. even i said to him, that's bizarre. imagine, imagine any kind -- and then when he was going run for governor he didn't tell her until the last minute. >> why is that? what did you say about this conduct about not telling his wife. >> he was afraid it would leak out and he wanted to have his plan secret. i don't know of a marriage like that. it's very unusual. >> he also admitted having more affairs, right? >> he did.
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he writes in the book about an affair -- this is before they were actually married but they were very much together, and he admits to an affair with one of his co-stars in a movie. and he says that maria knew. >> this is bridgett nielsen. >> yes. and she followed him back to los angeles. he writes in the book it's a whole part of the book and puts it out there and says -- well maria must have found out. >> interesting about him at the recent clinton global initiative there were some people he had one of his own kind of groups like that, that he's focusing on in california with young people coming to talk about something like a schwarzenegger initiative, looking to his future. >> he's starting a schwarzenegger institute at the university of southern california. you know, i wish i could have gotten everything into our stare but we filmed it. they are going to talk about
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local governments starts initiatives since the federal government is ingrid lock. >> what's arnold's future and maria's future. they have independent courses clearly now. >> arnold signed up to do five movies. i think that they are going to wait and see if people go and see them to see if he can restart his movie career. he has a lot of causes. he does after school programs, things like that. >> she has a lot of media offers if she wants to resume that job. >> she can write a book if she wanted to. >> yes. thank you very much. and the ryder cup coming up. >> sunday's final day might have been the most thrilling and unexpected everyday, david feherty will show us what went wrong for the americans. >> tomorrow caroline kennedy talks about her father's white house takes coming out 50 years on cbs "this morning". when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast,
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and with that putt some of us cried at home. but they completed the greatest come back in european history. the european team wiped out a four-point deficit on sunday beating the u.s. team. >> it was a stunning collapse for the american squad. three of the 12 players won their matches on sunday. david feherty watched it all at the medinah country club outside of chicago. first of all, just the ryder cup. you see that enthusiasm. it's a greet event.
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sort of, back in that environment, if you like. it gets the crowd into it like no other event in golf can do. >> what happened? >> well, ian poulter started a recovery -- >> on saturday. >> on saturday by birdieing the last five holes and last two matches for the europeansing looked like they were going to go the wrong way, in which case, you know, it was over. and it was over anyway at 10-4. because of the momentum that they came in with, you know, i said that evening, you know, they feel like they are tied 6-10. at that point i don't think a european team or any team had gone into, you know, the locker room that evening four matches behind and felt so good about themselves. >> an poulter five birdies in a row. what about tiger's performance? >> tiger didn't play well the
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first morning. but to be honest with you, really played fairly well, you know, from then on. just ran into a buzz saw with, you know, he and his partner, played extremely well in the singles match but was beaten by molinari. there was one great moment when the crowd was singing ♪ there's only one colsaerts >> were you rooting for the europeans? >> i was obviously torn having been a european ryder cup player, i was born there. but i've been in this country for 19 years. it means the world to me. it means everything to me. no. i'm an american. i'm an american fan. i support every american team in what they do. i was twittered to death.
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i don't care. all of my former teammates and they were fine with it. they understood. they were fine. you know, it's not an issue. i'm just an american and proud of it. >> why have europeans been winning the ryder cup recently? >> my generation grew up, my heroes were pen like bryan barnes, men who were used to losing the ryder cup. and never won a major on this side of the ditch. this generation grew up with nick faldo and others who started to win the masters and then, you know, when it became all of europe instead of just britain and ireland they grew up with the sense that it was not only entirely possible to win the ryder cup but to win major tournaments on this side of the
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atlantic as well so you see there's a total difference in perspective. >> david feherty, what a pleasure. so nice to meet you. >> so nice to be here. i'm sorry i didn't arrive until 3:00 in the morning. in massachusetts a prosecutor and former peace corps worker is running for congress. his name joseph kennedy iii. we'll follow the young kennedy
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welcome to cbs "this morning." arnold schwarzenegger tells "60 minutes" what he didn't like about a famous movie line and what he did like about maria shriver when they first met. her cousin is running for congress. we'll catch up with joseph kennedy iii on the campaign trail as he tries to revive the kennedy political dynasty. but first here's a look at what's going on in the world and what we've been covering on cbs "this morning." >> afghan sources tell cbs news a suicide bomber approached a joint patrol before detonating his explosive vest. >> 14 people including three western troops were killed.
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>> taliban is claiming now to have close are ties with al qaeda. >> a lot of al qaeda members because there's very little command and control left within the organization have found their way back to afghanistan and to the taliban who can put them to work. >> now to presidential politics. the first debate is coming up on wednesday. >> the president has been lowering expectations even if there are memorable zingers. if they aren't in the narrative they can control will alter the dynamics of this race. >> you didn't tell them. >> didn't tell them without worrying it would get out or whatever. >> you learned so much. a lot is how much arnold schwarzenegger kept secrets. he was going to have open heart surgery. he did have open heart surgery. his plan was not to tell his wife. even i said that's bizarre. >> no! >> he didn't know who he was dealing with. >> almost like a child like
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naivete. nothing else matters. >> not listening to the concert. very busy with himself. i'm listening to the control room. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. arnold schwarzenegger's new memoir is coming out today. last night he opened up with lesley stahl on "60 minutes" about his trouble marriage to maria shriver. this morning we'll have more including hisser to the first time they met which didn't air last night. >> august 1977. you meet the young woman named maria shriver at a tennis tournament. was it love at first sight? >> i was intimidated by her. she had an extraordinary look. she had the dark hair that i loved in women. she had this big smile. she had the most extraordinary
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personality, laughing all the time, full of joy, full of energy and all that. so i definitely, i said to myself i don't remember ever having met someone like this that had a package and being stock market and quick. >> you tell a story about meeting her mother at this event. do you remember what you said to her about maria? >> yeah. something stupid, obviously. i said your daughter has a great ass. >> that's what you said to your mother? >> i had too much to drink i think. i had some good california wine. >> is that for real? did i just hear that? >> to maria shriver's mother. >> my mouth is open too. >> yeah. also in that interview schwarzenegger told lesley stahl he fought with terminator director over the line "i'll be back." >> in the book you say you had a
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big argument, you didn't want to deliver the line that way, you wanted to change the line. >> i always had difficulties with the "i will be back." i felt weird about it. it didn't sound right only because -- >> you wanted to say "i will be back." >> maybe i should say "i will be back." cameron said see arnold i don't tell you how to act. never. because you're terrific. that's why you're playing "the terminator." don't tell me,000 write the script. i wrote "i'll be back." >> you wrote in the book you thought it was feminine. >> it sounded weak and feminine and i fought him tooth and nail
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and he won the argument and luckily he won the argument because -- i didn't even know this was an important line or that it would be something that people would remember or repeat. only when the movie came out and i was in new york and i walked down fifth avenue and kids came up to me and said can you say the line. i said what line? "i'll be back." no say at any time way you said it in the movie. "i'll be back." >> yeah. i will be back would not have had the same effect. listening to the line, i'm still thinking about the comments about maria and someone who knows maria what is she suppose dodd with this information today. i watched the interview and hear the things he's saying and it's just so hard to take in because i think it's such a painful time for the family. so when i see the laughing and joking it's very difficult to me to watch it. >> it was interesting that
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lesley reported that maria had asked to see the book. >> several times. >> was not given the opportunity to see the book by her husband and father of her children to get a heads up. >> i know it's his story. i get it. it affects many, many people and i wonder about the timg and when is the right time if ever to tell the details? anyway. this morning president obama and governor mitt romney are preparing for wednesday's debate in denver. their first of three debates will focus on domestic issues. a george wraesh poll release this morning shows romney as a four percentage advantage with voters while an nbc poll will show president obama will win the debate. >> a rough ride over the weekend on a jet. it was diverted after a row of passenger seats became unfwroltd the floor. the crew was alerted after
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takeoff. there was a concern the seats could have gone air borne within the cabin. the plane finally landed safely at new york's jfk airport. >> never seen that before. >> no. >> dairy farmers say that milk could get a lot more expensive if congress doesn't pass a new farm bill. the old farm bill expired on sunday. new york senator chuck schumer said without a new bill the government will have to pay higher than market prices for dairy products. and the national milk producer federation said prices could go higher than $6 a gallon. >> it isn't just the price of milk going up pap fire and explosion at a japanese chemical plant could lead to a worldwide shortage of disposable diapers. the plant produce a key ingredient made to use the diapers very absorbent. the worldwide supplier of that ingredient would fall by up 20% if the plant doesn't go back online soon. a skateboarder in colorado
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kennedy clan has long been considered america's most famous political family but right now there's no kennedys holding any political office in washington. >> a member of the next generation is trying to revive the family tradition. chip reid is in massachusetts with the story. chip, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, norah and charlie. it was 1946 when john f. kennedy was first elected to the u.s. house of representatives and for the next 63 years there was always at least one kennedy in the u.s. congress. well two years ago that streak ended and now here in the boston suburb another young kennedy is running for congress hoping to put the family dynasty back on
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the national stage. yes, there are certain advantages in running for congress as a kennedy in massachusetts. >> oh, my. hi. >> reporter: especially when you look so much like a kennedy. >> how are you? >> i'm fine. >> reporter: and your fiancee has the natural elegance of the kennedy women. joseph kennedy iii is the grandson of robert kennedy, president john f. ken deep and senator ted kennedy were his great uncles and he carries the name ever his great-grandfather joe. >> we need you. >> reporter: back in office is one thing but many of his fans believe a seat in the house is little more than a stepping stone. one admirer walked right into our interview saying this kennedy is going places.
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adding to the burden of high expectations, some here just assumed he'll follow in the foot steps of jfk. >> unbelievable as it may sound. >> future president. >> reporter: we've heard some of your constituents out here who are already saying he's going to be president some day. >> you know, i'm grateful for their support and their enthusiasm. i've won one primary. >> reporter: his republican opponent says kennedy is running on the family name and that the e-year-old's two years in the peace corps and three years as a prosecutor hardly qualifies him to run for congress. >> i don't think in any other state or district in the country people would considered you qualified for this office other than saying with the name of your family and the money that comes with it. >> reporter: kennedy says he'll win or lose as a cain not a
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name. >> what we've been doing from the very beginning is get out there and let people know i'm the one running. >> reporter: being a kennedy has its down side including the frequent tabloid distractions like the fact that his 18-year-old cousin conor kennedy is dating recording superstar taylor swift. are you a fan of taylor swift now? >> taylor is a remarkable young woman and i think she and my cousin are doing well. >> reporter: a political analyst here in massachusetts say kennedy is favored to win certainly the name does help but it also helps this distrt has been represented by liberal democrat barney frank for 32 years. charlie, norah and gayle. >> is running for office something he always wanted to do? >> reporter: i asked him that exact question and he said the answer is no. in fact his career path has kind of been zigzagging. he majored in engineering in college. then he went into the peace corps. then he wanted to do economic
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development. he then went to law school at harvard, of course and decided to become a prosecutor and only now as he's about to turn 32 does he say he's ready to join the family business. >> so why did he decide to do it after all those other things he was doing? >> reporter: he says that if you're going to get into politics, especially as a kennedy, you got to be absolutely certain it's what you want to do because if you're not absolutely certain, if you're kind of faking it, people will pick up on it immediately and will vote against you. he said only now is he absolutely certain. of course it helps a seat opens up and he's a kennedy. >> like the sound of the trains. how involved is family, chip? >> reporter: this is very much a family campaign as all kennedy campaigns are. his twin brother has been out there. his cousins and father and ethel kennedy has been out there. >> tomorrow we'll hear from the
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candidates's cousin, caroline kennedy, her father's secret oval office tapes being released after augie ojeda years. we'll ask her why they are so surprising even to her. michael urie is here this morning. he co-stars in the new sitcom "partners" on cbs. hi, michael. and his reason successes on broadway. michael joining us. ahead on "this morning". ?á(á
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we have a country music star this morning. his name is jerrod neimann. he's been on tour and he's here in the green room. he's got a brand new album out called "free the music" after his last album hit number one. we'll talk with him on cbs "this morning." here's the title of the song he wrote," i love women my mama can't stand." you got to love a guy who writes music like that. jerrod neimann will join us at the table right after the break. your local news is coming up next. weeks of this campaign... and more ads. you, in your living room or... what i'd say. losing nearly eight hundred... mired in iraq. nation we are... moving forward again. get folks back to work and... again. that with even bigger... fewer regulations... prosper. on the same trickle-down... in the first place. so what's my plan? manufacturing jobs... exports... that... ship jobs overseas. in half and produce more... clean coal, natural gas... solar, and biofuels. efficiency of cars and trucks. maintain the best workforce... hundred thousand additional... training two million... they need at our community... tuition in half and... americans can afford it. reduce our deficit by... next decade, on top of the... already cut. little more. afghanistan... pay down our debt and... nation-building... right here at home. patriotism, rooted in the... begins with a strong... thriving middle class. read my plan. and decide for yourself. thanks for listening. this message.
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welcome back to cbs "this morning." we've been following breaking news out of afghanistan this morning and we should note many of the 2,000 plus american soldiers who have died in afghanistan were killed by the taliban. earlier we showed you part of lara logan's interview with a taliban commander that aired on "60 minutes" last night. lara told "60 minutes" overtime how that conversation came about. lara i want to talk to you about a moment in your story this week on afghanistan when a taliban commander, our enemy, gets into your car and sits next to you. how did you and your producers
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get that interview? >> it took a long time. it took months of negotiations. you don't just walk in and say i want to do this. >> was that nerve-racking? >> it was nerve-racking. it's not a game. this guy is trained by al qaeda and a specialist in suicide bombing. i don't know if he means what he says when he agrees to talk to us. i don't know if he's made some arrangement with somebody to car jack our car and hand me over to al qaeda. when you really don't know. >> this wasn't the first time that you met this commander, right? >> no. the last time i met him was in 2006 when he was a fighter and not a commander. >> do you remember me? yeah? >> i remember you. >> he didn't miss the opportunity to remind me that he saved my life in 2006. conversation was. point of that i got the message loud and clear. he was right. de. we had traveled to an area just south of the afghan capital to
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meet with these taliban commanders and fighters, and when we left in the middle of the night, in the dark, you know, it was dark, pitch dark, and we sudden lly found ourselv completely lost in a mine field no idea which way to turn, we had driven over one of their mines and we were lucky enough we didn't detonate it and he put his foot on-the-spot on where the mine was actually laying. he knew exactly where it was. we had to then maneuver around it. >> he put it in the ground. >> that's one of the first things he said to me i'm the one that my foot on the mine. >> watch the truck behind him. >> where are you? >> in kabul. >> big truck behind richard. that truck stayed with us from the traffic and the driver and the passenger both looked at me. >> you're basically just driving in circles trying to avoid police or -- >> yes.
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trying to avoid police. trying to avoid army. trying to get through checkpoints. there were a number of times you had to stop and your heart is in your mouth. >> they are coming fast. >> did you pull the camera down and covered it. >> i had a scarf on, to look down not make eye contact. >> a couple of moments in that interview you were pulling your sleeves. >> i suddenly realized when i got in the car with this guy my shirt got caught on the sleeve. you're dealing with people who don't believe women should show their faces in public. then he looks out the window. and he sees two afghan women, both got head scarves on, long flowing robes, it's not like they are wearing tight fitting clothing but not the traditional afghan burka, the blew robes where the whole face is covered. and his whole demeanor changes.
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>> they are covered from head to toe except the face. what does he want? >> he's just a different person instantly in that one moment and he's -- he's disgusted. he's angry. he's disgusted. he's offended. it comes from deep within him. you can just kind of tell. look at this. this is disgusting. this is wrong. and i'm is going have to pay for my sins for looking on these women uncovered faces and he says and you, oil pay for my sins for looking at your uncovered face too. you look at me you have a sin. >> what do you think he was up to? why do you think he agreed to sit and tell you those things that day? >> he struck me as someone who, i don't want to say want to be understood. you want your side of history to be recorded. you want your role in that. you don't want that history to be written purely by the other side. you want to have a hand in writing it yourself as if it's your own history. >> interesting how he didn't hesitate to tell you that his
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goal is to destroy america. >> it's always difficult when you talk to someone like that who is involved in killing americans. there's always a conflict, always within you. you know, there are some people who will say how could they do that? how could they give a voice to these guys? we're not there for superficial reason. we're there for serious reasons. we're trying to understand what this war has tone, what it means, where it's going, trying to understand things that are relevant to the national security of the united states. that determine my future, my children's future and we take these responsibilities very, very seriously. we don't do this lightly. we don't go and get in a car with a guy like that lightly. it's not for tv. >> wow. that's powerful stuff. i felt nervous watching for her because you have to put your life in your hand really and entrust somebody. trust somebody in that situation. >> lara makes a good point the
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seriousness reporting that she's doing and others who are risking their own lives to fully understand what's going on in afghanistan and as lara reported in that piece what these green on blue attacks are all about, that are killing our american soldiers and other nato troop that are there. very serious situation. >> especially how the taliban is being helped by al qaeda. you know, here you have a firsthand conversation about what al qaeda means to them and how their expertise allows them to kill americans whether it's mines or what else. >> we should note that there's more from lara logan's interview on "60 minutes" overtime.com. that is the original online program. jerrod neimann says real women drink beer. that's just one of the songs from the biggest new names in country music.
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♪ that is country music star jerrod neimann. we're jamming out here. his new hit is called "shinin' on me." >> jerrod likes jamming. his first major album debuted at the top of the billboard country music chart. he's releasing his new album tomorrow. jerrod neimann is here in studio 57. hello. >> this is awesome. getting to hang out with you. >> we were making jokes about the titles of your songs," i love women that my mama can't stand." it makes me wonder what kind of women your hanging out with? >> you live and learn. you've been doing this for a
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long time. >> i was 8 years old. it was very, very groundbreaking. it was called, about my sister, called "amy's butt looks like a hat." great piece of art. >> having young children myself it shocks me that word would end up in a song. >> my parents were nice enough to take all my different lyrics and dated them and i got to read a lot of the torturous things i've done. >> your songs are great. great to sing along with. great to listen to. we had a couple of them queued up irthe studio. where did you grow up? >> i grew up in the great state of kansas in southwest kansas, about a mile from oklahoma. whenever you love music -- i heard a quote one time. we don't choose music, music chooses us.
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so true. when you live in a small rural community obviously i love all types of music but country music spoke to me and had the influence for my parents. >> your parents have a skating rink. how does being at a skating rink motivate you or inspire you to be in country music because we've all been skating. >> i never got into figure skating. mostly speed skating. that sort of deal. you can't tell me you can't speed skate to "elv ira." great way to associate music with fun. i remember hearing "walk this way" clear to the oak ridge boys. fun to be around the music. >> grew up in a rollerskating rink. my parents didn't own one. that's pretty cool. you between college and majored in music? >> there's a place called southland college and you can major in commercial music. if you want to listen to something on the radio you can
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major in anything. >> what did you learn in school? >> the first thing i learned was that i wasn't very good. when you're in a small town maybe you're the only person that sings and plays guitar everybody thinks you're good. but when you go to college, you realize you have a lot of work to do. i remember playing my first song i had written not "amy's butt looks like a hat, my first song for my instructor he said i bet that's your mom' favorite song. i said how now. he said because it's horrible. only your mom could like that. you learn the fundamentals of song writing. to you it doesn't make sense. obviously with art and music there's no rules but commercially you got to stick to it zmup what i liked about your music you have horns in the country music. i have so say i don't recall ever hearing horns in country music songs. i want adds such a different note to the music.
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>> well thank you. >> i like that. >> when i dedicated my life to country music it goes back to the '20s. tones and texture tuesday like horns have been in country my sick. johnny cash," ring of fire," everybody has at some point had a horn. i thought it would be found educate country music fans not realize horns have been around. >> jerrod you have toured with miranda lambert. >> miranda, a blast. we spent six months on the road with her. my buddy chris young. the year before -- >> what's she like? >> it answer as lot of questions. after hanging out with her for six years and blake shelton, they are a match made in heaven. and just a blast. you know when you see miranda, she's a tough girl. she's her own security.
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but behind at all the guns, knives and use worcuss words th sweet person. >> you learned what to do on stage in. >> you learn certain fundamentals and blake definitely isn't scared to crack up. >> he likes to have fun. congratulations. congratulations. continued success. jerrod neimann. >> thank you. >> his new album is called "free the music" and goes on sale tomorrow. michael urie has a new sitcom. celebrate as life long friendship tested by marriage. michael is in a good mood. i like it. he'll tell us about "partners" when cbs "this morning" continues. we'll be right back. too many americans are struggling to find work
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about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job. my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middle-class. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message because we can't afford another four years like the last four years. ♪
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>> you told her, didn't you >> no, i did not. >> what is wrong with you? >> of course i talked to her, joe. do you think she turned into ann romney overnight. >> what difference does it make. you're happy. i'm happy. best sex and worst chicken i've had in my life. >> why your yelling at me. >> you promised me you wouldn't say anything. >> it was about sex. this is about chicken. it's two different things unless you're a roaster. >> michael urie stars in the new cbs comedy called "partners." his best friend just got engaged. >> you may remember michael urie from "ugly betty." >> i stole many pieces of clothing from "ugly betty." i can say that now.
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i would never steal from cbs. >> that's good to know. we'll check you when you leave. >> i've been watching you for a long time. i've been watching ugly betty and "partners" and you play an openly gay man. what did you do to prepare for this role? >> i wake up and look in the mirror and pout my lips. >> tell us about the show. >> the show is about a straight guy and gay guy who are life long friends and now business partners. they have their own significant others. my character is boyfriends with brandon who plays superman and has huge legs. i mean his arms are like legs. >> good thing in a man. >> charlie has legs like that. >> charlie has very nice legs. >> then david plays the straight one and his fiancee.
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it's about partners. >> based on a true story. >> based on our creators. they created "will and grace." this is based on their story. there they are. so i'm next. excellent fade from him to me. i'm playing him in a way. they have an amazing relationship. very funny. they love each other, they bicker. the families are very close. so it's great to see that on the show. >> you think friendship between men and men are different than friendships between women and women? >> do i. >> he is charlie rose. >> i thought i was watching tv for a second. yeah. well, i think -- you know men and men there's a distance that men keep from other men.
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whereas women go to the rest rooms together, they try on clothes together. go shopping. men have that buffer between them on the couch or at the movies. they have a seat between them. this is an interesting relationship between a gay man and straight man who never had boundaries. they've been friends since they were little kids. >> i've never seen that dynamic on tv. >> i haven't either. in many ways like "will and grace" showed the country and the world this relationship between a gay man and a woman, this show "partners" will have the opportunity to take the next step. since "will and grace" a lot has happened. all kind of gay characters from ugly betty to "glee" and "new normal" and "partners." the president has come out. the president has come out. he's come out in favor of same sex marriage.
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"partners" final frontier is a friendship between a gay character and straight. >> is it hard to play max? i would think it's so much fun. >> it's treat. i know max's laugh very well now and it's a real treat to do something that's in my instincts and hear him giggle at it a knowing somehow i channelled him or it's something that he doesn't even realize he did because i observed him a lot. as you say he's larger-than-life. when he walks into a room everyone knows it. and that's a real treat. >> they are in the control room. >> they are right off camera. we tape in front of an audience and they are standing in front of the audience. >> you get instant reaction from the audience. >> i come from the theater. audience aspect of this show is really great. really exciting. and they are like another
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character in the show. >> how many sitcoms are done with live audiences. >> cbs still has quite a few. we're on with "2 broke girls" and mike ae"mike and molly" and bang theory. >> great to see you. you can see "partners tonight at 8:30, 7:30 central here on cbs. that does you want for us. your local news is next. we'll see you tomorrow on cbs "this morning". weeks of this campaign... and more ads. you, in your living room or... what i'd say. losing nearly eight hundred... mired in iraq. nation we are... moving forward again. get folks back to work and... again. that with even bigger... fewer regulations... prosper. on the same trickle-down... in the first place. so what's my plan? manufacturing jobs... exports... that... ship jobs overseas. in half and produce more... clean coal, natural gas... solar, and biofuels. efficiency of cars a trucks. maintain the best workforce... hundred thousand additional... training two million... they need at our community... tuition in half and... americans can afford it. reduce our deficit by... next decade, on top of the... already cut. little more. afghanistan... pay down our debt and... nation-building... right here at home. patriotism, rooted in the... begins with a strong... thriving middle class. read my plan. and decide for yourself. thanks for listening. this message.
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arnold schwarzenegger as you've never seen him before. >> it was the stupidest thing i've done. >> he doesn't try in any way to say i didn't do it. then -- >> anger over school lunches across america. >> why kids are screaming out -- ♪ we are hungry and -- >> tell me how much you know about being black. >> what ann coulter is sailing today about her live -- saying today about her live tv battle with whoopi goldberg. >> i wanted to kiss them all. plus, katy perry's ex- boyfriend. >> shocking new details. >> first photo. how he killed his landlady, and her cat. then raising money for bigger breasts.
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wait until you see who came by. >> i was your first grade teacher. >> only in america. plus, the kiss me carrie did. now he kisses and tells about his big moment. >> my first kiss was carrie underwood. and the guy with no arms. throwing out the first pitch. with his foot. now "inside edition" in high definition with deborah norville. >> diane: hello and thank you for joining us. i'm diane mcinerney in today for deborah norville. in his most revealing interview ever, arnold schwarzenegger comes clean about cheating on maria shriver and fathering a child with their maid. around tells "60 minutes" that it is the stupidest thing he has ever done. >> so you lied to her. >> you can say that. >> arnold schwarzenegger does a jaw-droppingly candid interview about how badly he treated his wife maria shriver with his affair with the maid. the love child he fathered turns 15 on tuesday.
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this photo of him was taken this week. and he's going to be well built like his father. he already towers over his mom. "60 minutes" leslie stahl asked the tough questions and schwarzenegger faced them head- on. >> she gave up her television career for you. was this just the most unbelievable act of betrayal to maria? >> i think it was the stupidest thini've done in the whole relationship. it was terrible. i -- inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> he doesn't try in any way to say i didn't do it. he can't really. there's a child. he can't deny it. >> leslie stahl spoke with paul boyd. >> what has stayed with you about this interview? >> i'm smiling. what stays with me is how charming he is. how smart he is. how much fun he is to be with. and how much i had to keep
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reminding myself of -- of what's come out. because you get swept up in arnold. >> the "60 minutes" interview ties in with the release of schwarzenegger's autobiography -- one question everyone has is whether maria shriver will watch the tell-all interview when it airs sunday. >> i get the feeling that she wants this to go away. and that dredging it up is not good for her, for her children, and i don't even know if she's going to watch the piece. >> diane: the new federal school lunch program that limits the number of calories kids consume during school hours is in effect. but some students say the healthier menus are leaving them starving. now these hunger games heat up as students hit back with their own video. jim moret has more. >> i want to start by welcoming everyone back to school. >> that's michelle obama introducing students to the new
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school lunch requirements that are now raising controversy. >> the talented people who cook the food at your school will be offering you all kinds of healthy delicious new choices. >> the public service announcement was shown to students as part of the first lady's let's move campaign to fight childhood obesity. but not everyone is happy with the new school lunches. high school students from coast to coast are upset the new government rules limit the number of calories that a cafeteria can serve. under the new regulations the students say they aren't getting enough to eat. these two students at the parsippany hills high school in new jersey have organized a strike to protest the new school lunch regulations that put a limit of 850 calories on each meal. >> at the end of this meal this year, you're not full. >> they must serve twice as many fruits and vegetables but many kids aren't eating what's being served to them. just look at this video from abc's "nightline." >> kids are now throwing away
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twice as much food as last year. >> the school cafeteria controversy has also inspired this video that's become an instant youtube sensation. ♪ we are hungry >> high school volleyball players are so weak from lack of calories they can't stand up. the kids say they need more calories to concentrate on their school work. but not everyone is upset about the food. here in new jersey, students told us they actually like what's now on the new menu. >> the food is great. >> so much better. >> "the daily show's" jon stewart says complaints about school cafeteria food are as old as school itself. >> extree, extree, school lunches suck! >> diane: absolutely devastated. superstar katy perry is now
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breaking the silence that her new ex-boyfriend committed murder before taking his own life. meantime we're learning more about how the struggling actor savagely killed his landlady and her cat. katy perry is devastated by the murder/suicide of her ex- boyfriend. tv star johnny lewis killed his 81-year- old landlady and even tore her cat jesse apart with his bare hands. her ex then leapt to his death from a window of her house where he lived in a rented room. ♪ katy perry is in japan to promote the 3d version of her movie "part of me." >> a friend says she is devastated. they began dating in 2005 and split up the following year. reportedly over his drug abuse. the friend told "us weekly" she has to separate from him to get ahead and focus on her career. he was in trouble then and she couldn't help him. katy reportedly wrote at least two songs about their relationship including "the one that got away."
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♪ and there's outrage today that lewis was released from jail just five days before he killed his landlady. despite warnings from probation officers that he was spiraling toward tragedy like a character he once played in "criminal minds." >> see a guy walking down the street. and i want to bash him over the head with a bottle. it's all i think about. >> a probation report obtained by "inside edition" says defendant's behavior is out of control. >> if the judge and/or the prosecutors were aware of the depth of his mental issues, the depth of potential drug issues, there was no reason that he should have been out left to hurt anybody. >> lewis is from a family of leading scientologists. this is his father, michael lecturing in a scientology video. >> you have to get this. >> he reportedly entered a scientology drug rehab program in 2004. but his drug use continued. with now tragic consequences.
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>> diane: toxicology test results on lewis won't be back for several weeks. it's ann coulter versus whoopi goldberg round two. now culter has stopped by "inside edition" to tell us what went on behind the scenes. >> i wanted to kiss them all after that show. >> that's conservative firebrand ann coulter reflecting on the tension filled appearance on "the view." >> your facts are just a little shaky. coulter got a cool reception especially from whoopi goldberg promoting her new book -- >> tell me how much you know about being black. >> why do you think things got so heated between you and whoopi? >> i don't know but i'm so happy because it got a lot of press. >> if you're going to talk about race, at least -- at least know what you're talking about.
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>> when whoopi says to you, at least know what you're talking about, what went through your mind? >> that she hadn't cracked the book. [ laughter ] because what she said was how can you talk about how black people feel? this isn't a book about how black people feel. it's a book about how white liberals behavior. >> coulter couldn't resist a dig at the tormenters. >> i think they're not big readers because they hadn't read the book which is fine. >> and she says she's learned to expect a frosty reception during interviews. >> i've been doing this for a while. i expect almost everyone interviewing to hate me. >> diane: you may have seen that sweet video of carrie underwood kissing a 12-year-old fan during a concert. now we're getting the real story from the fan himself. about how he carefully planned getting his first kiss from his music idol. he decided to kiss and tell to "inside edition." >> it's the moment you always remember, your first kiss and for 12-year-old chase kurnick, it's a smooch he'll surely never forget.
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[ cheering and applause ] >> my first kiss was carrie underwood. >> not every kid can say his first kiss was with a superstar. >> i was shocked. very shocked. i was like -- is this really happening? >> it happened during carrie underwood's concert in louisville, kentucky. the seventh grader was determined to get carrie's attention. so he made this sign, carrie, be my 1st kiss. >> my dad, he wrote the letters and then i outlined it in sharpie and then colored it in. >> sure enough carrie spotted the sign and invited chase on stage but she never expected this. >> how are we going to do this? >> on the lips! >> this was like a once in a lifetime chance. i'm not just going to say do it on the cheek. or -- i mean i'm going to go for it. >> after the concert carrie tweeted -- >> chase and his father john even had shirts created with the hashtag lip to lip but not everyone sees 29-year-old carrie
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kissing a 12-year-old boy as so innocent. >> if it was a male i don't think you would think it was so big. >> it was an innocent moment that carrie extended herself to a 12-year-old boy that really likes her. there was nothing disgusting or inappropriate about it. >> now that he has carrie as the first kiss he has his sights set on his second. >> hopefully. selena gomez. >> diane: he says yes, he has brushed his teeth. we'll be right back. next, raising money for bigger breasts. wait until you see who came by. >> i was your first grade teacher. >> only in america. then the craziest wedding proposal ever. >> she thinks she's about to crash then he pops the question. >> i genuinely did believe that we were going to die. >> and the guy with no arms,
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throwing out the first pitch with his foot. [ cheering and applause ] "inside edition" in high definition will be right back.
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the craziest home remedies ever. and they really work. next "inside edition" -- amazing cures around the house. eat yogurt for bad breath. and wait until you see what putting a pencil between your teeth can cure. then, inside lady gaga's family restaurant, she says eating here is the reason she's waned sop weight -- gained so much weight. >> next "inside edition." >> diane: it's being called the indescent proposal. a man proposes to his girlfriend after leading her to believe the plane they were in going down. now the question everyone is asking, was it romantic or just plain mean? >> you've never seen a wedding proposal like this. but is it romantic or a cruel
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practical joke? pilot ryan thompson took girlfriend carly kennedy for a romantic ride over the chicago skyline. suddenly he tells her there's an emergency. carly tries to remain calm. but look at her. the terror is real. are they about to crash into lake michigan? >> i genuinely did believe that we were going to die. >> ryan hands her the emergency manual and asks her to start ticking off the check list. then this part -- now she gets it. it may be the craziest wedding proposal ever and everyone's talking about it. >> no, no, no. >> oh come on he makes her think she's going to die? >> why do i think we're not going to see a flood of marriage proposals that go like that? >> opinion on the "inside edition" website was overwhelmingly negative. 83% thought it was cruel and just 16% said it was romantic. what does carly think? she and ryan spoke to "good morning america." >> a lot of the women that i've told this story to have said, i would have slapped him.
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>> baby, wake up there's a truck! >> scaring the wits out of the ones you love seems to be happening all over the place. remember the practical jokester who woke his napping wife to the possibility of a head-on collision with a truck? now back to our high flying couple. carly is a doctor and judging by the video she's proven she can stay cool under the most trying conditions. >> for us it was like the perfect match. >> it was good. it was perfect. then i cried for the next 20 minutes. [ laughter ] >> diane: no word on how the future bride plans on getting revenge. it's a sign of the times, americans in financial trouble panhandling on highways. but this story is a little different. this woman in a bikini is heading up a sign asking for handouts not to pay for rent or to put food on the table, she needs help paying for breast implants.
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>> never seen a panhandler like this. sitting on a harley, her sign reads -- >> thank you. >> i hope you get them. >> thanks. >> that's right. she's actually panhandling to raise money for breast implants. so what's the reaction? some drivers stopped and took photos. >> i've had a lot of people tell me to get a job. >> chrissy lance is a part-time bartender and full-time nursing student. she's always been conscious of her flat double a. cup chest. then on a whim, the 37-year-old single mom came up with the implant sign stunt. >> it started off as a joke and nobody believed i would do it. >> she applied for a panhandling permit and donned her traffic stopping outfit and unabashedly held up her sign in akron, ohio. asking for dollars for implants. >> you look fine the way you are. >> oh, thank you. >> here's some money, good luck. >> donations started rolling in. >> thank you. >> but you won't believe who just happened to come by.
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>> i was your first grade teacher. >> oh, yeah. >> her grade schoolteacher tony macie posed for a photo, and even contributed a few bucks to the implant fund. >> i think it's hilarious. >> chrissy only raised $200 but couldn't imagine what would happen next. >> good morning chrissy. >> a cosmetic surgeon gotwindd of her stunt after someone posted the story on his facebook page. he flew her to miami and offered to give her the $6,000 implant procedure for free. >> full c. >> chrissy settled into the o.r. >> the fact that she was standing out on the street corner with the sign, that's only in america. asking for money for breast implants. >> once a double a. cup, chrissy is getting full c. cup implants, the procedure takes only one hour. she is wheeled into the recovery room overwhelmed. six weeks later look at chrissy now filling out a bikini like never before. >> it's a dream come true. >> diane: and when we come back, a shocking moment on live
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tv that leaves one reporter terribly shaken. that and more coming up next. still to come, the guy with no arms. throwing out the first pitch with his foot. [ cheering and applause ] check out to do's coupons, go to the inside deals section too many americans are struggling to find work
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in today's economy. too many of those who are working are living paycheck to paycheck trying to make falling incomes meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care about poor and middle-class families. the difference is my policies will make things better for them. we shouldn't measure compassion by how many people are on welfare. we should measure compassion
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by how many people are able to get off welfare and get a good paying job. my plan will create twelve million new jobs over the next four years helping lift families out of poverty and strengthening the middle-class. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message because we can't afford another four years like the last four years. ♪ >> diane: it was a tragic moment that accidentally went out on live tv. a car chase ends with the suspect pulling out airgun and killing himself before -- a gun and killing himself before tv cameras could cut away. it was so shocking the reporter covering the chase apologized to viewers. >> it's a shocking ends to a high speed chase in phoenix. the car suspect pulls off the road and what comes next was carried on live tv.
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>> get off. get off it. get off it! get off it. >> the suspect shot himself in the head. that's fox news channel anchor shepard smith expressing shock after the suspect shoots himself in the head. it was being broadcast on a five second delay but a mistake in the control room inadvertently led to the airing of the very moment the suspect pulled the trigger. >> we really messed up. and we're all very sorry. that didn't belong on tv. we took every precaution we knew how to take to keep that if being on tv. and -- from being on tv. and i personally apologize to you that that happened. >> diane: the suspect had reportedly fired shots at police before the start of the chase. and when we come
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>> diane: it's the first pitch no one at the ballpark will ever forget. as a baseball fan with no arms takes to the field. you are about to see a man with no arms throw out the first pitch at a major league baseball game. >> please welcome, tom willis. >> his name is tom willis and he doesn't know the meaning of the world "impossible."
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>> i was born without arms and i had to learn to use my feet to do everything in my life from writing, driving a car and now even pitching a baseball. >> that's right. pitching a baseball. he taught himself to grip the ball in his toes and throw. one day the san diego man had an idea to throw out the first pitch at a major league baseball game. a distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. >> it's important for me to do this is for the people in the stands to see this. to see a person without arms go up and do something that they could never imagine possible. >> and he made it happen. so far, tom has visited 19 major league ballparks to throw out the first pitch. we joined tom for his latest challenge. the first pitch at the new york mets' citi field. ♪ and the rockets' red glare ♪ tom's big moment arrived and here's the pitch. well, it wasn't perfect but as tom willis can tell you life isn't perfect.
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you just have to get out there and keep pitching. >> diane: tom, you are truly an inspiration. and finally for you today, an amazing vacation photo as a sting ray squeezes into the shot. >> what a ham! believe it or not, that's a sting ray sneaking into the shot as three women pose for a foe toy while on vacation in the cayman islands. he seems to be grinning but check out the freaked out expression on the woman when she realiz
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"the insider" is taking you in depth on today's big celebrity headline. i'm kevin frazier. >> and i'm brooke anderson. "the insider" is on. arnold schwarzenegger's just-reased "60 minutes" confessions about his affair with the housekeeper. >> i inflicted tremendous pain on maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. >> arnold and maria's son's birthday days before his love child also turns 15. >> daughter katherine questioned about her father's tell-all. your dad's memoir is coming out next week. are you nervous? >> she gave up her television career for him. i mean, wow. >> could maria's next move be back to "today"? >> maria has been a part of the nbc family for years. she's always welcome there. two jersey housewives on the explosive reunion. >> things got heated. >> you're garbage.
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>> it gets a little nasty. it gets a little dark. ann coulter versus whoopi. "the view" meltdown. >> tell me how much you know about being black. >> all that and more in "star watch." ♪ bonnie raitt gives us something to talk about, opening about her family tragedy. >> my brother had brain cancer. plus, "the amazing race's" chippendales contestants. >> the move will not get you a job at chippendales. plus, bridesmaids, girls. >> is there ever a moment where you looked at it and said, that's a little dicey? >> how hollywood is now embracing raunchy female comedians again. >> let me out. now from hollywood, "the insider" is on. they are the new crop of female comics behaving badly on screen. you know what, it's cool with me. we're tracking their rise to
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fame. i'm kevin frazier. >> and i'm brooke anderson. thanks so much for spending some time with us. rock legend bonnie raitt opens up to us about going back on tour. but first, here's tonight's inside story. >> so, you lied to her? >> you can say that. >> is this just the most unbelievable act of betrayal to maria? >> i think it was the stupidest thing that i have done in the whole relationship. >> arnold behavior. in just-released clip, the actor grilled by "60 minutes" correspondent leslie stahl. about how he deceived his wife maria shriver for more than a decade. >> it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain on maria. >> that interview, which includes revelations from arnold's autobiography airs sunday night on cbs. >> i know that maria doesn't want to comment. >> anderson cooper asked their daughter katherine about the book.
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>> when my mom writes something, it makes me nervous. >> my mom writes something it doesn't me nervous. but when my dad -- >> meanwhile, arnold's estranged wife tweeted this photo yesterday of son christopher's birthday party, the 15-year-old is roughly the same age of arnold's son from housekeeper mildred baena. >> i stand before all of you with a broken heart. >> she gave up her television career for you. i mean, how. >> maria was also a successful tv journalist for more than two decades. she anchored "cbs morning show" and was a weekend "today" anchor. shriver life gave up her on-air career was arnold was elected california governor. could shriver return to her tv career and possibly the "today" show? >> she's always welcome there. maria has been part of the nbc family for years. >> "the insider" today with kathie lee gifford at her new
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broadway show, she also hosts the fourth hour of the "today" show. >> families can heal. it is possible. but all parties have to want it. there's much more on this story up at theinsider.com. meanwhile, we're going to move on to the star watch. teresa versus the housewives. new jersey. the insults are flying in the most explosive jersey housewives ever. the three -parter debuts on sunday. teresa guidice hasn't talked to them over the year. >> i have never, ever said melissa was a stripper. i never said that. >> i have tried so hard to fix things with teresa. >> today melissa setting the record straight. i was never a dancer. whoopi versus ann. new york. >> tell me how much you know about being black. >> another brawl, whoopi
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goldberg blasting right-wing author ann coulter on "the view" yesterday. coulter on the show to promote her controversial new book. >> please stop, please stop. you're saying, that, what, because liberals have abandoned black people now, because, what, i don't get it. >> i don't think that liberals every cared about black people. >> that's [ bleep ]. >> earlier, we spoke with coulter and she explained the point of her book >> it has been about how racism helped get the most liberal president we have ever had. lara's flea market makeovers. new york. former "insider" host lara spencer now on "good morning america" taking her passion of turning trash into treasures on hgtv. two teams have $500 and 24 hours to restore and resale some diamond in the rough items. >> you're doing a lot of thinking and the clock is ticking. my mom started taking me flea
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marketing when i was a little girl. i could always see the good bones behind the bad finish. we showed you this viral video promoting the movie "pitch perfect." which features the cast and others taking on nicki minaj hit "starship." now, we're with the man behind it. >> he's the youtube sing sensation revealing how he created that and he's with our debbie matenopoulos. ♪ >> how many subscribers and followers do you have on your youtube? >> over 100 million now with all of the videos combined. >> he's youtube's a cappella superstar. covering pop hits from katy perry to coldplay. and adele.
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but get this, mike tompkins doesn't use any instruments, just his own voice and mouth. he showed me how he does it. >> okay, i'll show you what i do. and i'll let you try it. okay? ♪ >> mike is from canada. 25 years old and started beatboxing when he was only 8. >> my parents let me build a studio in their basement when i was 17, as soon as i graduated high school, and from there, i was one of the youngest producers to actually produce an album in canada. >> what would you say has been your favorite song to do? >> it's always my last one. because, i'm always trying to get better at what i do.
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>> this is mike's latest project. >> ready, here we go. >> he's collaborated with his fans and the cast of "pitch perfect." on a version of nicki minaj's "starship." ♪ dance all night ♪ twinkle, twinkle little star >> the movie is in limited release today. e full video is online. >> this gives me the perfect opportunity to do a huge project. with my fans who have been fol on lose me. >> mike is capitalizing on that youtube success, he's coming out with his own album of original music called "home." he knows what to do. >> yes, he does. straight ahead -- bonnie raitt candid with us about what brought her back on tour. and back to music after a long break. and the new women behaving badly on screen. plus, our sit-down with the two amazing race contestants opening up about their other
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that, of course, "the amazing race." >> i would love for us to try that. >> that would be fun. it's one of my favorite shows, my favorite reality shows. we should do it. >> it could be crazy. >> do you a drive stick shift? >> yes. the show starts its 21st season. two of the contestants have a colorful past. our debbie matenopoulos went out to hang with two guys who are both friends and they both have very interesting day jobs as strippers. >> what do you have to do to get bodies like is? >> run anywhere. >> chippendale dancers, both named james.
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who are ripped and ready for the amazing race prize. >> got it. >> ready? >> here we go. we got it. >> come on, come on, come on. don't look down. come on, come on, come on. >> just let go. >> there's so much on the road as a chippendale that prepares you for amazing race. you have to find your way around. you have to dodge crazy fans. to get to the theater where the show is. >> you have to be move. >> both used to showing off their other moves, james vaughan is from chesterfield, virginia, a singer and said that he knows every single backstreet boy song. james davis is from jefferson, maine, is a guitarist and a semi-pro snowboarder. the best friends met while modeling. the other people on the show, were they kind of prejudice toward you? >> at first, people were really intimidated by us. they saw his dog tags.
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they got to be navy s.e.a.l.s. military-type guys. as on saz they found out we were chippendales, they relaxed. >> please underestimate us. please, chippendales, they can't do anything. no, no. >> that's my boy. you're my boy. >> the chippendales can be seen nightly at rio in las vegas. and here are three moves that you won't see. >> this move won't get you a job at chippendales in 2012. let me see your tootsie roll. this move is not a sexy move in 2012. >> so, do you think they'll use their moves to their advantage on the amazing race? >> how would work out on the street? >> intimidating someone into just giving them the next clue. there you are. on to the next.
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keep moving. no more gyrating, please. the show is doing something new this season, if the team wins the first leg and the last leg the money they win doubles to $2 million. >> i'm not mad at anybody for getting that money. all right, still ahead -- our new sit-down with legend bonnie raitt. we'll tell you about the tragedies that caused her to leave music behind for over six years. then, the raunchiest female comedians. on being embraced by hollywood. could the next breaking ♪
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♪ that's classic bonnie raitt. it takes you back. well, this year the nine-time grammy winner is releasing her first album in seven years. >> yes, she took a break. she's been through a lot.
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tonight, our debbie matenopoulos is back, working hard for us tonight. this time, sitting down with the legendary 62-year-old singer who's revealing why she left rock behind and what it took to bring her back. ♪ >> 19 albums. 9 grammys. you're voted one of "rolling stone's" best singers of all time. >> oh, thank you. >> tell me about why you decided to take a hiatus. when you did. >> my break included the worsening of the illness of my brother who had brain cancer, so, i wanted to take some time to be with him, sadly he passed away in 2009, after the loss of him and one of my good friends and both of my parents, i just said, i need to take a break. ♪ >> i just stayed at home and let a lot of that processing happen. i wanted to wait until i really
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felt like doing music again. ♪ >> although bonnie was on break, her influence has always been known. ♪ >> that's adele covering a bonnie classic, while shows like "american idol" have been keeping her music relevant as well. ♪ >> how does it make you feel, you're bonnie raitt, and people still want to hear it? >> it feels pretty great. very grateful for their loyalty and curiosity. i have a whole new generation of fans. >> please welcome bonnie raitt! >> now bonnie is back on a national tour for her latest album "slipstream." the sold-out shows have shown that her fans haven't forgotten
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her. >> i have been blessed with loyalty. so whei take a break, the fans who were there for the first 20 years, will come and see me. if i'm coming from the same place. ♪ >> after nearly four decades of making music and her recent loss, bonnie admits these days there's a bit more blues behind it. ♪ >> i was born to do this and i love seeing my heart break down, i think that the slow, deeper songs get deeper when you get that kind of pain in your life, it shows in your art. ♪ >> bonnie is a terrific talent and such a great, great person. she's one of my favorites. okay, right now, it was melissa mccarthy's raunchy performance in bridesmaids that revived a big trend of women getting wild on screen.
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tonight, the newest crop of raunchy funny women now taking over hollywood. >> women have always had the voice out there to tell these things, it's just now the audience is ready to receive it. >> exhibit a, for a good time call, out now, starring lauren miller. >> tell me what you're wearing. >> lauren, hey -- i thought that we were going to take this seriously. >> wanted to write a movie about girls, being friends, girls speaking the way they actually speak. having relationships they actually have. >> i'm kidding. i'm here with my friends. >> hello kitty and catty. that's going to confuse me once i start. >> lauren even enlisting husband seth rogen for a role in the film. >> college years to experiment, get it out of your system. find it what you like.
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>> exhibit b, "bridesmaids" that started the trend. the film earned about $00 million at the box office. >> i think it was a little bit shocking. they recognized that it was a really funny movie. >> the huffington post with what's fueling the rise of raunch. >> half the population is women. they want to see it reflected in movies. >> i think bridesmaids rated r was such a huge hit because people are looking to get out there and show them what you got. >> have any champagne and ice cream in our suite and then we're going to party, right? >> rebel wilson, one of the breakout stars of "bridesmaids," also starring in exhibit c "bachelorette." starring isla fisher. and kirsten dunst. not just films that is seeing a rise in raunch, take a look at hbo's "girls." >> i have an std.
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>> we were with the creator on the emmy red carpet where the show was up for five awards. >> i wouldn't be able to do what i do on network. it would be completely impossible. >> this party really over? i was just getting started. >> it's very brave for lena dunham to be making a show like this because there are so many women out there, my life isn't like on "sex in the city." >> i'm so happy for lena because she's the brains and the soul of this whole show. >> was there every moment where you looked at it and said, that's a little dicey? >> i don't think so. because i have a lot of faith in her. >> three people touching tongues outside of my class yesterday. >> three couples -- >> no, three people. >> i love these movies and shows, because i think they demystify women. >> and there's audience for that, for sure. i watched "bridesmaids" countless times.
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and lena dunham is shameless. >> by the way, carol burnett isn't a fan of these kind of comedies. she said that the raunchness is for an easy laugh. >> i get it, carol is a classic comedian. >> i love carol burnett as well. up next, inside the new breaking amish, after tlc deni
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what is being reported is not true, but that some of it is and will be addressed in upcoming episodes. take a look at the latest episode. >> i was on a subway by myself. i was trying to figure out where to go. i was really scared for me because people were milling everywhere. everybody was in a hurry and i felt, like, lost. >> she doesn't seem to let on one way or another. they do have some time to sort it out. >> check out more on our facebook pag krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the...
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wayne: who wants some cash? you got yourself a brand new car, baby. jonathan: a sapphire and diamond necklace. - (screams) wayne: a trip to los cabos! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now, here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! wayne: welcome to "let's make a deal." you know how we do it. we're going to make deals with three different people. i've got envelopes, i need people. let's make a deal. who wants to make a deal? (cheers and applause) cowgirl. come here, cowgirl. moses-- i think you're moses, or you're a shepherd with a stick. and hula girl, come on over here. julie. stand right there for me, julie. thomas, how you doing?
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how are you, sir? - i love you. wayne: crystal... - christian. wayne: christian. - christian. wayne: hey, sister christian, nice to meet you. now, the three of you, welcome to the stage, julie, christian and thomas. now, thomas, you guys need to switch because i picked you second, actually. there you go. now, thomas, earlier i thought you were moses because i didn't see, or like just a really angry santa. (laughter) so tell me, what are you? - i'm a woodsman. wayne: ah. (laughter) - i live in the woods. wayne: thank you for further explaining it. "i'm the woodsman who lives in the condos off of woodman." (laughter) welcome to "let's make a deal." now, i have envelopes and i have deals, okay. so i've got this gold envelope right here. what's inside the gold envelope? shall we see? (cheers and applause) $500. see that? (cheers and applause) $500.
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thank you. $500. (cheers and applause) thanks for being so honest. so, julie, what do you do? - i'm a homemaker. (cheers and applause) i'm a mom! wayne: being a mom is a good thing. see, i wouldn't know, but i'm a dad, so i'm only assuming that being a mom is just as cool, if not cooler. - i'm need a new taxi to drive the kids around. wayne: you need a new taxi, so you came for a car? - i don't know. (laughs) wayne: or maybe you just came really for a taxi. - i came to see you. wayne: well, i came to see you, too. they aren't mine, are they? i'm just checking, because i'm on tour a lot and i don't... (laughter) are we cool? oh, not all of them, just tay-tay and ree-ree, that's cool, okay. so, we have a small box. this small box where jonathan mangum... hey, mr. mangum. jonathan: how are you? wayne: this small box is for sale, ladies and gents. you each have $500, but only one of you can buy it. so i'll start with you, homemaker, miss julie-- would you like to buy whatever is inside this box? could be good, could be a trip, it could be a zonk. it could be a zonk. (audience yelling suggestions) - i'll buy it. wayne: oh, so you'll buy it. right off the bat, she's going to buy it.
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mr. mangum, what's in the box? jonathan: it's a new digital camera! (cheers and applause) - i love it, a camera. i won a camera! jonathan: this 18-megapixel digital slr camera has a dust and weather resistant body, and it can take up to eight pictures per second. this deal is worth $1,999. (cheers and applause) wayne: thank you so much. say hi to the kids for me. - where do i go? wayne: you're going to go right back to your seat, sweetheart. yee-haw. (cheers and applause) so now, i've got $500 that i'm going to put away in my pocket. so now, we've got a silver envelope. let's see what's inside. i see more money. more money. (cheers and applause) $500 for you, sir. $500 for you. (cheers and applause) so now, you each have $1,000. you have $1,000 now. thomas, curtain number two is for sale.
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only one person can buy it. i have to start with you, thomas. you can keep that money. you can just not buy anything and say, "it's mine." or you can buy that curtain. if you do not buy the curtain, then i'm going to move onto christian and see if she wants to buy it. (audience yelling suggestions) what's behind the curtain? - i'll take the curtain. wayne: fee-fi-fo. tiffany coyne, curtain two. jonathan: it's a new sea-doo! wayne: just what every woodsman wants. jonathan: leave the woods and hit the waves on this sea-doo gts 130 featuring a four-stroke engine and a large swim platform to make reboarding from the water easier. this deal is worth $8,299. wayne: thomas, congratulations, sir. nice job, thomas. i'll see you in the woods. back to your seat. (cheers and applause) it's just me and christian. - it's just me and wayne. wayne: hey, aloha.
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- hello to you, too. (laughter) wayne: so, i have $1,000. (cheers and applause) for you. you look like a bright lady. how much money is in your hand right now? - about $2,000. (cheers and applause) wayne: $2,000 exactly. you can take that $2,000-- take it, just go back home. are you a student? because you look young. are you a student? - i just graduated a year ago. i'm kind of unemployed, so i... (laughs) wayne: so that money could come in handy, right? - definitely. wayne: so you can either keep that money, or take a risk and take whatever is behind curtain number one. (audience yelling suggestions) - i'm going to keep the money. wayne: keeping the money? - yeah. i'm going to keep the money. wayne: what's behind curtain one? what did she pass on, tiffany? jonathan: you could have won a trip to brazil! you would have journeyed to brazil for seven nights in a seaside villa at the villas de trancoso, enjoying daily breakfast, unlimited golf,
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and a gourmet dinner under the stars. roundtrip air fare was also included in this deal worth $15,538. wayne: take the money and run, sweetheart. you missed out on a trip, but congratulations. - thank you. wayne: thank you so much, sweetheart. hey, that's a good way to start a show, right? we have more "let's make a dea"" right after this. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company.
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where is my girl? like you, christian. you couldn't see because we went to commercial, she was crying. heart-felt tears. that money really means something, and i'm so happy that you got that because i know that you needed that. (cheers and applause) so, i'm very happy for you, sweetheart. so that being said, let's get some more winners, right? (cheers and applause) who wants to make a deal? the guy with no shirt on, jonathan. and my rocker chick over in the corner. come on, sweetheart. (cheers and applause) how you doing? what's your name? - i'm kadija. my friends call me d.j., though. wayne: hey, d.j. - hi! wayne: and you? - i'm jon! wayne: jon, nice to meet you, sir. a pleasure, a pleasure. are you ready? - yes, sir. wayne: are you ready? - i'm so ready. wayne: for a car? (cheers and applause)
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for two cars, two cars. there will be two cars in this deal. (cheers and applause) that's why we're going head to head for a car. (cheers and applause) there are two cars in this deal, because there are two curtains, curtain two and curtain three. each curtain has a car, so there are two cars. both curtains have a car, i stress that. but the thing is, one may be a good car, one may be a bad car. or both curtains may both have good cars or both curtains may have zonk cars. it's up to you to decide which curtain you want. i picked you first, mr. jonathan, so i want you to pick a curtain, curtain two or curtain three. kadija, you get whatever is left over. (audience yelling suggestions) - two, number two. wayne: curtain two. so you got curtain three. you are hoping that behind each of your curtains, there are good cars. now, here's the thing-- i'm going to offer you both money. when you hear a money amount that you want, you hit this button-- i will give you that money, you give me back your curtain. the other person, you are stuck with whatever is behind your curtain. okay, here we go. why don't we start off nice and easy?
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$500 is a lot of money, right? like you don't have $500 on you right now. - i don't. wayne: so, even if i stopped right now, you might take $500. but then again, if i said $1,000, that would be better than 500. i saw your hand. he's like, "oh, $1,000." so, you hit this button, you would hit this button just in case you wanted $1,300. just in case you wanted $1,300. you walked in off the street, you were standing out there in the hot sun waiting for your chance to come here and win $1,600. when was the last time a complete stranger offered you $1,600 and you said, "no, i don't want that, i want $2,000. i want $2,000." oh! d.j. (cheers and applause) so, the good news is that my girl d.j. is walking out of here with $2,000. (cheers and applause) that's the good news. but right now... because maybe you passed on a car, let's see. tiffany coyne, what's behind curtain three? is it a zonk car or a real car? jonathan: you could have won a broken race car! (cheers and applause)
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wayne: congratulations. she got the cash, didn't get the zonk. good job. jonathan, now for you, there's a very real chance that you've got a zonk car as well. i'm going to show you what's behind curtain two. - please do. wayne: i'm hoping it's a car. - me, too. wayne: a real car. curtain! jonathan: it's a new chevy spark! (cheers and applause) this 2013 spark hatchback features a four-cylinder engine, a five-speed automatic transmission, plus six months of onstar directions & connections. this deal is worth $15,420. (cheers and applause) wayne: oh. he's so cute. look at him. ladies and gentlemen, once again, two more winners-- brand new car. jonathan's got a car. and my little rock star kadija, she's got herself $2,000. that's how we do it here on "let's make a deal." you go away for just a second, and then you come back so we can make some more deals.
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zzzquil, wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." today's big deal of the day-- $22,435 worth of big deal. that's huge. so far, the person in first place to take first crack at that deal is jonathan, who has the car worth $15,420. good job. but right now, i need one person to make a deal with me.
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let's go! you, come with me. (cheers and applause) hey, bridget, nice to meet you. - hi. wayne: hey. and you're a little fairy, huh? - i am a butterfly. wayne: oh, you're a butterfly. - i'm a gardener, so butterflies are friends. wayne: butterflies are friends, yes, yes. so... i'm agreeing with you. i've got this for you, the "let's make a deal" atm card. you folks see it at home? this is to the "let's make a deal" atm, which... come on, gardener. oh, no, stand here, because i want everyone to see your face. so, you've got this atm card. you can use the atm card to make as many withdrawals as you want from the "let's make a deal" atm. just money, just money, more money, all the money, until it says "overdrawn." if that happens, you lose everything. so you have to decide when to stop. so we're going to make the first withdrawal right now. ready? - okay.
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wayne: here we go. (applause) 200 bucks. that's a good day's work. (cheers and applause) you want to take your 200 bucks and stop, or do you want to keep going? - keep going. wayne: keep going? $500. (cheers and applause) bridget, you got $700 now. do we take the $700 and do we stop, or do we keep going? - keep going. wayne: keep going, okay. $800. oh, my god, dropped the card. (cheers and applause) you have $1,500 on you right now. (cheers and applause) now it's real. now it's really real. do you take that $1,500 and stop, or bank there may be more? just think, what if there's even another $1,000? (audience yelling suggestions) - okay, one more time. wayne: one more time. (cheers and applause)
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you have $1,800 now. that's $300. do we keep going? no? (cheers and applause) - i'm done. wayne: okay, you're done. let's see how much more money was in the atm. you got $1,800-- that's a good haul, right? (cheers and applause) $1,300! you would have had $3,100. let's see, hold on, hold on. oh, you would have had $4,100, another $1,000. oh! more? let's see. what? (cheers and applause) what?! you would have had $5,300. and i'm still not done.
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oh, butterfly, butterfly. there we go. so, you have $1,800-- still nothing to sneeze at. i'm just going to put this in my pocket because i got some grocery shopping to do later on. i got to pick some stuff up. (cheers and applause) so, we're not finished. - oh, we're not finished? wayne: "let's make a deal" envelope. - oh, no. wayne: and theme music. inside this envelope, there's something. - okay. wayne: you can take whatever is in this envelope or keep your money. whatever is in this envelope could be worth more than the money that's in your hand, or it could be worth less. (audience yelling suggestions) a bird in the hand, envelope in my hand. loses something in the translation. - keep the money. wayne: keeping the money. ready? okay, ready to see what's in the envelope? oh, jonathan, tell her what she won. jonathan: you could have won a hip-hop elephant!
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(cheers and applause) wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." one person, let's go! (cheers and applause) you right there. hey, jessica! - hi! wayne: hello, sweetheart. look at you, you're... oh, come here, she's full of love. you're a big heart and there's my... hey, jonathan, and there's my face. jonathan: aww! wayne: where... where's yours? jonathan: oh, under the hair. - yeah, yeah. wayne: we have a deal for you. - okay. wayne: you could win this.
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jonathan: it's a trip to hawaii! (cheers and applause) wayne: is that good? - yes, that's very good. jonathan: you'll jet off to hawaii's big island and spend five nights in a oceanfront room at the beautiful fairmont orchid hotel. relax in lava rock whirlpools, lounge on the beach, or ride in an outrigger canoe in the crystal blue pacific. plus, we're including a helicopter tour of the island's exotic waterfalls and ancient volcanoes. daily breakfast and air fare are included in this deal worth $9,788. (cheers and applause) wayne: so, you can win that right now. do you watch a lot of tv? - i do. wayne: excellent, because we're going to play a little game right now called timeline. (cheers and applause) on this board, there are three tv shows: "american idol," "jersey shore," "how i met your mother." i'm very partial to "how i met your mother" here on cbs. now, if you can line them up in the order of when they premiered on u.s. television, you win, you're going to hawaii. so, which one came first? - "american idol." wayne: "american idol." (cheers and applause)
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which one came second? - "how i met your mother." wayne: okay. (cheers and applause) which leaves "jersey shore" as the third one. - i think so. wayne: i think so, yes. so, before i tell you if you're right or wrong, you've got to tell me a little bit about yourself. so, where are you from? - i'm from milwaukee, wisconsin. wayne: wow, so, hawaii would be...? - it would be great. can i just tell you something? i gave up a trip to hawaii to come here for this show. (cheers and applause) yeah. wayne: you gave up a trip to hawaii to come here? - yeah, because i wanted to see you. wayne: but you... come here, girl. (cheers and applause) well, i want you to go to hawaii. - i want to go to hawaii, too. wayne: okay, so let's see if we can send you to hawaii. so you gave up that trip, but not to judge your other trip, but i think this trip is going to be a little better. - oh, my god. wayne: i think this trip is going to really be amazing. let's see, is "american idol"-- was it first? mr. mangum? 2002. (applause)
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"how i met your mother," was that second? 2005. (cheers and applause) if "masterpiece theat..." i mean "jersey shore" premiered after 2005, you win the trip. you are going to hawaii. hit it. (cheers and applause) congratulations, you're going to hawaii, sweetheart! jessica is going to hawaii! you're going to enjoy that trip. who are you taking with you? - my aunt-- i have to, she took me here. wayne: that's a... where is your aunt? (cheers and applause) so now, we can just send you to hawaii. it's all done, the deal is done, we can just send... jonathan: i don't know. i don't know if you want to do that. wayne: how come? jonathan: maybe you want to add a little something else to the mix. (cheers and applause) (both whispering) wayne: you smell nice. jonathan: thank you. (laughter)
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wayne: so, jonathan and i have conferred-- we have one more deal for you. - yay. wayne: you can keep this trip to hawaii or give it back for a chance to win this. jonathan: it's a nissan cube! (cheers and applause) you'll hit the street in this cube 1.8, featuring a six-speed manual transmission, electronic brake force distribution, and traction control, plus a bluetooth hands-free phone system. this deal is worth $15,920. (cheers and applause) wayne: so, i brought your aunt down. kelly? - yes. wayne: nice to meet you, miss kelly. so i brought you down because this is a big decision. you've got that trip. jonathan, how much was the trip to hawaii worth, the whole nine? - it was worth $9,788. wayne: that's a big trip. you don't want to lose it. but by playing another edition to timeline, you could leave here with that car. and here's how-- we're going to add one more title. jonathan, what's the title on the timeline? - the title on the timeline is "lost,"
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starring matthew fox and terry o'quinn. wayne: so, we're going to add that... so, we're going to add that to the timeline. to win the car, what you need to do is tell us if it came before 2002, between 2002 and 2005, between 2005 and 2009, or after 2009. so if you know that, go for it. but you'd have to give me back the trip to go for the car. no guarantees. - i'm going to go with the trip. wayne: you're going to keep the trip. okay. so, if you would have done it, what year would you have picked? - i didn't know. i'm just going to go with what everybody else says, so... wayne: yeah, but did you ask your aunt? she's a resource. - i would still go between 2005 and 2009, that's what i'm... wayne: so between 2005 and 2009. jonathan? jonathan: is that what she says? wayne: that's what she says.
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[ sigh of relief ] wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." big deal of the day-- $22,435. the person still in the lead who can take first crack at that big deal-- jonathan, he has the car, $15,420. but now, close on his heels-- jessica with a trip to hawaii, $9,788. let's see who's going to take first shot at the big deal. but before we get there, i need two people. (cheers and applause) the hippie. come here, hippie. and with the cape, with the cape. 'hippie and the cape,' coming to cbs this fall. hey, kimberly, how are you? - good. you look so handsome. wayne: oh, thank you. kimberly, i need to you stand right over there for me. and you are followed by brittany. hey, brittany? - hi. wayne: now, brittany, are you a superhero of some sort? or what are you? - i'm a sparkly super hero. (laughter)
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wayne: sparkly superhero-- okay, great. so now, the two of you are partners. kimberly, brittany, you guys are partners, you are simpatico, joined at the hips. you'll be making this deal together, all right. the thing is, one of you will be a silent partner, one of you will be the talkative partner who makes the deals. so, between the two of you, who is the more talkative? - i'm very talkative. wayne: well, i guess you have no choice so don't even... just zip it. so, the first decision. tiffany coyne? tiffany: yes? wayne: hey, lovely lady. tiffany: hello, wayne brady. wayne: tiffany coyne has a designer purse with her right now. (cheers and applause) she's color coordinated. jonathan, tell us about the purse. jonathan: this striking alexander mcqueen leather carryall features a two-way zip top and fashionable fold-over edges. this purse is worth $1,155. (cheers and applause) wayne: plus whatever is inside. there is something inside. could be good, could be bad, but there is something inside this purse. you can take this or the small box that mr. mangum just brought up. so, kimberly?
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- you want the box or the bag? the designer bags are expensive. you want the bag? okay. we're going to keep the bag. wayne: what i love is how designer bags are expensive, in case you didn't know. so, you're going to take the designer bag and whatever is inside, so you're passing up on this. jonathan: you could have won a designer jewelry collection. this striking set of expensive black onyx accessories included a necklace, bracelets and more, from the flp collection by celebrity designer nicole murphy. this deal was worth $1,320. wayne: so you passed up on the jewelry for this. tiffany: $1,000. (cheers and applause) wayne: congratulations, so you get this purse plus $1,000.
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good, that's yours, you both get that. second decision. keep what you have, worth over $2,155, or go with the big box. (audience yelling suggestions) - the box or the bag? i want the box. - what if it's something... wayne: (shushing) i think she's spelling out it could be a zonk, that there could be a zonk inside the box. - okay, i'm going to trust you, i'm going to go with the bag. i got to do what my partner says. we're together, right? i'm kind of wondering what's behind there, but it is a really nice bag. wayne: it is a very nice bag. - i love bags. wayne: we... we know. so, here's what you passed on. jonathan: you could have won a suite of apple products! (cheers and applause) this package included an imac sporting an hd display,
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this ipad with smartcover, and an iphone 4s. we were also including this dual docking station, and a $1,500 itunes gift card, making this deal worth $5,016. wayne: so... oh, my goodness. you know what? we can't do this anymore, the partnership is over. the partnership is over, it's time for individual decisions. you missed out on a complete apple suite worth over $5,000. oh, that's got to hurt. you... you can speak now. - sorry. (laughter) wayne: but there's nothing to be sorry about because you still have a good prize, you still have the purse and the money inside, worth $2,155. now, though, it's individual. stand over here. now, it's individual decisions, ladies. kimberly, keep that purse or go with whatever is behind curtain number one, knowing full well it could be something great? we've given away cars, we've had a trip to hawaii, it could be a zonk.
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or keep your purse. - i do really love that purse. but i got to just go for it. wayne: you got to go for it. so she's doing that. so, what are you doing, superhero sparkly girl? - i would love to keep the purse and the money. wayne: you'd love to keep the purse and the money. okay, so you're keeping the purse and the money, you're going for it. you gave up the purse and the money for this. jonathan: it's a new dining room! - yeah! yeah! jonathan: this hollywood regency inspired dining set by michael amini of aico includes an elegant table with glass panels, a matching chrome accented china cabinet, and upholstered hardwood chairs. this deal is worth $9,100. wayne: we've got winners everywhere, i love that. more "let's make a deal" right after this. with the parents and the cute little baby triplets... well wait until your triplets move back home after college.
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when i looked at you, i saw every single game of dungeons and dragons that i used to play over at my friend's house, when no one would talk to me. (laughter) jonathan: look at you now, wayne. wayne: i know, no one will talk to me. jonathan: people are talking to you because they're getting paid to. (cheers and applause) wayne: i know, i'm a success! (in foreign accent): that is the american dream! you know what's even better? barbara, i will give you that because you are an eight-sided die, yeah. - thank you so much. wayne: so i'll give you $100. but kathleen, we're going to make a deal. (cheers and applause) come with me. come on over here. so, do you play d & d yourself? - yes, yes. oh, my gosh, i do. wayne: oh, wow, you really play. "yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. i'm a paladin." so, curtain number two is yours. that is yours, my dear. to help you decide if you'd like to keep it, we have a board right here with questions on it. we'll read these questions out loud. "is it bigger than a bread box?
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"does it have legs? "can more than one person use it? "does it have lights on it? does it heat up?" those are the questions. you get to ask two of those questions and get an answer. but the thing is, i'm not going to answer those questions. instead, the smartest person in the world is going to answer those questions. jonathan bighead. (cheers and applause) jonathan (in distorted voice): i know all things! (laughter) wayne: hail, mighty jonathan bighead. jonathan: 'sup? wayne: chilling. you? jonathan: ready to answer. wayne: "ready to answer." so, pick your first question. - "is it bigger than a bread box?" wayne: jonathan bighead, is it bigger than a bread box? - the answer is yes. wayne: so it's bigger than a bread box. it's bigger than a bread box. next one. - "can more than one person use it?" jonathan: the answer is...
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let me think about it. wayne: okay. jonathan: yes. wayne: so, it's bigger than a bread box and more than one person can use it. that kind of limits it to a lot. - yeah. wayne: so, do you want it, or do you want 500 bucks cash? - i want it. wayne: you're going with the curtain. $1,000. (audience yelling suggestions) fellow dungeon traveler. - i got to go with the curtain. wayne: you have reached the curtain. do you check for traps? - yes. i... i check for traps. wayne: you check for traps, there are no traps, but there are $2,500. (audience yelling suggestions) - yeah, i've got to... i'll take the money. wayne: i'm sure you would. (laughs) she's taking the money. here's what's behind the curtain. jonathan: you could have won a zonk pool table! (applause)
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wayne: wait, that's a donkey with a preserver on playing pool on a pool table? what the...? congratulations. you've got $2,500. thank so you much for being here. folks, it is now time for the big deal of the day. (cheers and applause) today's big deal of the day is worth $22,435. we're going the start at the top with jonathan, who has the car worth $15,420. where are you, jonathan? jonathan, are you going to take that car, or are you going to give it back to me for a shot at the big deal worth $22,000? - i'm taking the car. jonathan: he's taking the car. wayne: next, jessica. where's my girl, jessica? stand up for me, jessica. jessica won a trip to hawaii, is going to take her aunt kelly. what are you going to do, keep the trip worth over $9,000, or go for the big deal of the day worth $22,435?
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- i'm going to keep the trip. wayne: she's going to keep the trip. next, kimberly, had the dining room, $9,100. where are you, kimberly? there she is. she loves purses. all right, so, kimberly, that's a really nice dining room, right? what are you going to do? - it is a nice dining room, wayne, but i'm going to go for the big deal. wayne: she's going for the big deal of the day, right after we return. will she leave with it? we don't know. you have to stick around to find out. more "let's make a deal" right after this.
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♪ (cheers and applause) wayne: welcome back to "let's make a deal." today's big deal is worth $22,435. kimberly, the lovely hippie, she had a living room worth $9,100. gave it up for a shot at the big deal, because she thinks she knows where the big deal is. kimberly what do you do for a living? - i'm an accountant. wayne: you're an accountant? - yes. wayne: so, numbers come second nature to you. - yeah, i'm good at counting them. (laughter)
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wayne: yes, one would hope. so, we have three doors. could be behind door one, door two, or door three. what's your lucky number? - i have two beautiful daughters, and myself, that makes three of us. so it's door number three. going with door number three, all right. so, if you're going with three, i'm going to show you what's behind door number two first. - okay, okay. wayne: tiffany, is this the big deal? tiffany: let's look. jonathan: you could have won a trip to chicago! (cheers and applause) you would have spent four nights at the prestigious omni chicago hotel, located near world class museums and shopping. you could have sampled the city's electrifying blues joints and indulge in the world-famous deep dish pizza. daily breakfast and roundtrip air fare were included in this deal worth $6,200. wayne: okay, so, you missed out on a trip to chicago. you missed out on a tr to chicago. you picked three. - i've always wanted to go to chicago.
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wayne: today is a special day for you, right? - yes, it is. today is my birthday. i'm 46 today. wayne: happy birthday! well, what i'm hoping for you is that when we open up door number three right now, the best birthday present would be the big deal of the day. but, even if it isn't the big deal of the day, you can't be zonked, it's still going to be a great deal. so, we hope that you have a wonderful birthday and thanks for spending it with us. (cheers and applause) - thank you so much, everybody. wayne: i appreciate that. thank you so much. let's see what's behind your door. ready? here we go. happy birthday to you. jonathan: it's a new refrigerator! wayne: that's a good deal. jonathan: upgrade your kitchen with this stainless steel french door refrigerator. plus, fill your new fridge with your favorite recipes using this hdtv and digital cookbook. this deal is worth $2,099. wayne: so you got yourself a brand new fridge. congratulations to you.
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now, that's not the big deal, of course. but you still got yourself a great deal. we hope you have a fantastic birthday. here's the big deal. $22,435 worth of this. jonathan: you could have won a toyota tacoma! (cheers and applause) - oh! jonathan: this 2012 toyota tacoma features a 16-valve engine and a five-speed manual transmission. plus, we were throwing in $4,500 in cash, making this big deal worth $22,435. wayne: thank you so much for being here with us, sweetheart. we got quickie deals coming up next. don't you go nowhere. more "let's make a deal" right after this. check this out. boo-yah! h2...o! magic bananas! it's our first one click faucet filter that removes 99% of lead and microbial cysts. adios contaminos! your water should be pur.
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wayne: while she's looking, jonathan? jonathan: yes. stand up for me, whoopee cushion. stand up for me. if you have one penny, one nickel, one dime and one quarter, i will give you $100. one penny, one nickel, one dime, one quarter. - okay, hold onto the quarter. wayne: while she's looking, let's go back to tiffany. (cheers and applause) tiffany: all right, she found a coupon. so, crystal, you get $100. there you go, thanks for coming. wayne: jonathan? jonathan: wayne, she's got one of each. that's $100.
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